10 Lines on Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi’s principle of non-violence was set down on the rule that no injury ought to be caused either by words or by activity.

Gandhi believed that peacefulness is a positive and dynamic power. He focused on the use of the charkha and khadi.

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10 Lines on Mahatma Gandhi

10 Lines on Mahatma Gandhi


  1. Mahatma Gandhi was born at Porbandar in the Kathiawar district of Gujarat in 1869.
  2. Mahatma Gandhi went to England to study Law in 1888 and practised law in South Africa, from 1893 to 1914.
  3. In South Africa, Gandhi saw racial discrimination and soon turned into the leader of a struggle against racist authorities in the country.
  4. Mahatma Gandhi shaped the Natal Indian Congress to fight against the racist policies of the South African government.
  5. Mahatma Gandhi got back to India in January 1915 and made a broad visit through the country in the following three years.
  6. In 1917 and 1918, Gandhi was engaged in three critical struggles in Champaran (Bihar), Ahmedabad and Kheda in Gujarat.
  7. Congress launched the Non-Cooperation Movement but Mahatma Gandhi suspended the movement because of the incident which happened at Chauri Chaura in Uttar Pradesh.
  8. The Civil Disobedience Movement began with Mahatma Gandhi with the Dandi March.
  9. Mahatma Gandhi’s principle of non-violence was set down on the rule that no injury ought to be caused either by words or by activity.
  10. On 30 January 1948, Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated by Nathuram Vinayak Godse while walking to his prayer meeting on the lawn of the Birla House compound in Delhi.

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